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This is the story of a town.
A sleepy town, one that can be found on the Metro North train line, far away from the bustle of New York City. A town recently shrouded by darkness. This is the story of a town that is being overtaken by fear, and the insidious forces of corruption.
This is the story of a boy, and a girl, now both adults, and how the forces of the town they grew up in conspired to keep them away from each other, and how they fell back together. This is the story of their children, following in their footsteps, determined not to make their parents’ mistakes.
This is a story about teenagers that are in over their heads, and their equally powerless parents.
This is the story of the town where everyone has a secret, whether they want to admit it.
It is a town under the constant scrutiny of Hiram Lodge, a shady businessman that should have never gotten out of prison.
A town where North and Southsiders must band together to combat the evil that longs to keep them apart, constantly lurking beneath the surface.
The name of the town is Riverdale.
Fandoms: Riverdale (TV 2017)
24 Sep 2018
In the end, Jughead thinks the entire thing is just some hideous cliche.
The note that his mother leaves is ridiculously trite [Payback is a bitch, FP -- it’s your turn now] followed by some song lyrics that even he thinks are beyond all emo words (and this is Jughead Jones, people), but could have possibly meant something to his parents, back when Mom was still married to Dad, and they were in drugged up, fucked up, bliss.
Before Alice Cooper had shown up at the door of his childhood trailer, a bump visible under her shirt, tears in her eyes, and before promises from his father of sobriety and rehab, that the man had managed to keep. Before the bitter divorce that had led to Gladys Jones taking both children with her to Ohio, looking (in the eyes of the family court judge) to be the better parent.
(Look at FP Jones, people had said, he’s ruined two families in one go).
(AKA Jughead and Jellybean come back to a changed Riverdale)
- Part 1 of Law and Order: Riverdale Victims Unit
the head of the neighborhood watch (five times alice cooper is the annoying neighbor and one time she isn't) by bloodredcherries
Fandoms: Riverdale (TV 2017)
21 Sep 2018
It’s not like Alice means to stick her nose in The Andrews's business. It’s just, they make it so easy, and she is the head of the neighborhood watch. Sure, she might be the only member of the neighborhood watch, but if Hal just believes she’s using it to get dirt on the neighbors for the Register, well…
The thing about the Neighborhood Watch, you see, is that it doesn’t actually exist. Alice wasn’t even the one that made it up! But if being the head of the neighborhood watch meant that she and Hal got dirt for the paper, and no one looked twice at her speaking to FP Jones? Well...the man had been in the Army, after all. No one could say he was dumb.
[Glee future fic; AU after 4x03]
Turns out Finn isn't meant for the military after all, though he would have preferred to find out by shooting himself in the leg.
Finn Hudson should have died that day in the Middle East. Correction, he nearly did die. Instead, he was patched up as much as they could and sent back to the Bushwick loft with a bum knee, a PTSD diagnosis, a pregnant wife, and one passive-aggressive Blaine Anderson.
Finn Hudson knows he should have died. How is he supposed to deal with the fact that he lived?
NOT BLAINE OR KLAINE FRIENDLY
Finn Hudson didn't sing anymore. In fact, if you asked most people, including Finn Hudson himself, the list of things that Finn could successfully do in his current state were very few and far between. He felt like such a loser. He'd barely even finished three fourths of a tour, and the Army had still fucked him up.
“Quinn…” Carole trailed off. “You aren’t stupid. Finn wouldn’t think that you were. And…” She glanced briefly at little Drizzle. “Even if he was mad at you, he would have loved her. I know he would have.”